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Always start by emptying the total refri and freezer until dry. check for settings for your freezer you may not see when full. If that checks out, plug it in. There is a little air fan underneath your refrig. It says cannot lubricate. Horse s**t. It it's stuck or making a noise, blow it out and spray a little WD-40. See if it's turning. Listen to hear the compressor kick in. Do what I said and you will be OK or find the problem.
One of the most common reasons
for complaints about ink-jet output quality, is that the driver is set for
the wrong type of paper. Different papers require different amounts of
ink and different proportions of ink colors to produce the correct final
colors. Setting the paper type tells the driver which color tables to
use. Some ink-jets are supposed to recognize the paper type
automatically, but the feature doesn't always work. So if you're not
getting the results you expect, don't give up on the printer until
you've made sure you're setting the driver manually for the paper you're
Press and hold FRZ TEMP button and REF TEMP button at the same time for 3 seconds.And see if that makes any difference in the problem.
If the problem is same then try the manual reset procedure.In manual reset the unit has to be unplugged from power outlet for 24 hours.Then empty both the fridge and freezer section completely.Then after 24 hours.Clean the melted ice water from the inner parts.Then reconnect the power cord of the unit to power outlet.Set the temperature to normal settings.It will take near to 4 hours for your unit to run its regular cooling cycle.Once this is done then check,if the same problem is seen.-----------This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.